The process of creating a skeleton that will be used for character animation in computer graphics. The process of binding a 3D mesh to the skeleton - a mesh that will be deformed by the movements of the joints and bones of the skeleton - is called skinning.

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change position/orientation of a bone using assimp

I have been using assimp to import rigged models and animations. I followed this tutorial for skeletal animation and I have got it done properly. The part that I am trying to do now is to orient a ...
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Is there any reference table or formula of body proportions for procedural human mesh generation?

I want to generate humanoid robots procedurally with different shapes and ages, example: 20 years old fat short man, 13 years old thin young girl, and so on. In order to be realistic, I'd like to have ...
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(Unity 3D) Why are bone colliders with an Animator Controller so finicky?

I have an NPC with colliders parented to its bones using the Unity ragdoll wizard. It also has an Animator Controller. The problem is, sometimes those colliders just don't work right. They're targets ...
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3ds Max Rigs to Cinema 4D

I exported the rig from 3ds Max as a FBX file and opened it with Cinema 4D. Everything works great, but the model and a different look to it. Also the mask on her head has a different texture, but it ...
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Draw mesh with multiple bones

So I currently have an object made up of only one mesh. And this object contains three bones. One for strecthing the mesh left, one for streching the mesh up, and a center bone, which moves the object ...